NASA prepares to test a nuclear powered engine, the meteorite that crashed in to a UK driveway reveals it’s secrets and Earth’s core may have just reversed it’s direction of
China’s Secret Launch; A Lightning Rod Laser; Hubble Gets Photobombed And We Peer Into Distant Galaxies
China launches three secret satellites, we dive into the Milky Way’s supernova remnants, diverting lightning with lasers and an asteroid photobombs hubble!
Orion Vehicle Manager Frank Lin beams in to give us the low down on what’s next for the first human rated spacecraft in fifty years to reach the Moon.
Gilmour Space gear up for two launches this year, we beam over to NASA to hear more about the Orion capsule as it’s heatshield is inspected. Virgin Orbit fails to
Remembering Apollo 7’s Walter Cunningham, Skykraft Launches, a coronal mass ejection recorded, two lunar mission successes and we peer behind Sharpless 54…
Southern Launch have announced today the pathway forward following the minor leak of oxidiser from VS02 yesterday. 8am Sunday the new launch window opens for VS03, which is the all-South
Welcome to Talkin’ Science on location at the Whalers Way Orbital Launch Complex in South Australia… today, delayed launch, Artemis returns, a Canadian meteorite from the Oort cloud, meet the
Welcome to Talkin’ Science… it’s the bite sized edition where we bring you what you need to know now. Coming up today – Southern Launch gears up, construction begins on
Welcome to Talkin’ Science… your bite sized wrap of the latest science and space headlines. Coming up today from red giant supernovas to remote WA radio telescopes painting a map
It’s week 44 of 2022, this is Talkin’ Science … catching you up on the months biggest stories with Dr Brad Tucker. Australia signs on to a Japanese sample return
Early Mars’ Microbes; Mars’ Core; Martian Meteorite Impacts and Tree Rings Help Identify Radiation Event
Welcome to Talkin’ Science… the bite sized version. Coming up today a round up of the latest science and space headlines over the past week and a bit. From the
We nudged an asteroid out of the way, leaving a trail of destruction 10,000km’s long. Meanwhile SpaceX is drafting a proposal to give Hubble an orbital boost and VIrgin Orbit
Ever wanted to get your Aussie built cubesat into low-Earth orbit, but didn’t want to ship it overseas? Well good news! Gilmour Space have announced their rideshare launch Caravan-1 will
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